City Council Approves Expansion of Houston B-cycle

Houston’s bike share system will more than triple in size over the next two years, adding 71 stations with 568 bikes.

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Report Human Trafficking in Houston

Watch for Traffick campaign is raising awareness about human trafficking and encouraging Houstonians to report it.

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Utility cabinets become canvases for community murals

Council Member Cohen partnered with UP Art Studios to help bring Mini Murals to District C.

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Houston Launches PACE Program

PACE allows business owners to obtain low-cost, long-term loans for water conservation, energy-efficiency improvements, and distributed generation.

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Aug. 24, 2016City of Houston

Major Expansion for Houston Bike Share Program

Houston’s bike share system, Houston B-cycle, will more than triple in size over the next two years, adding 71 stations with 568 bikes. The expansion will be paid for with federal grant dollars. Continue Reading »

Aug. 22, 2016City of Houston

New Campaign Helps Houstonians Recognize and Report Human Trafficking

Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the launch of Watch for Traffick, a city-wide media campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking and encourage Houstonians to report it.  The new multi-media campaign is one element of a broader anti-human trafficking strategic plan unveiled earlier this year. Continue Reading »

Aug. 18, 2016Houston Public Media

Allen Parkway Improvement Project Is Almost Finished

It’s a rainy morning in Houston, but that’s not stopping Mason Markee and his dog from taking a run along Buffalo Bayou.

“I mean today’s like the coolest day of the year in like, four months,” says Markee. “So you’ve got to get out on it.” Continue Reading »

Aug. 10, 2016Houston Public Media

Houstonians Will Vote On Keeping A Portion Of The Heights A Dry Zone

The Houston City Council agreed this week to put the question of whether to legalize the sale of beer and wine in a portion of the Heights on the November ballot.

The current rule dates back to 1912. Continue Reading »